The Prepper Journal’s food storage pages are packed with delicious information you can use to learn what you need to put up enough food to feed your family for an extended period
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They’re also methods we can use to just preserve foods, and let us preserve the convenience of dropping something in water to create a meal.
In regards to basic food preparedness it most notably means that it will require more and more food to maintain a healthy nutritious lifestyle.
Using mostly things that are also already in my storage or that are easy and inexpensive to obtain, I can churn out desserts, snacks, sides, dinners and breakfasts that are interesting and varied, and don’t really taste like oatmeal.
Here are some formulas and ideas for turning common storage foods into actual meals, increasing the variety of meals we can make with a few standard ingredients.